When Charlotte Fennell heard her dream home was going to be sold by a group of wealthy Trump supporters, she knew it was a no-brainer.
But when it was announced in December that her home, a two-bedroom house in the Miami area, would be going for $1.3 million, Fennells nightmare didn’t end there.
The sale took an unexpected turn when the real estate broker and her husband decided to sell their entire condo instead of just one.
Fennell told The Daily Caller News Foundation that she was shocked when she learned her house would be sold for $3.1 million.
Fossil-Filled Homes are the new “hot-trading” market in the U.S., where investors want to buy homes with as much value as possible, even if they’re going to get slammed by the foreclosure process.
But real estate professionals say it’s becoming a new hot-trader trend for buyers to put down a down payment and sell later when they realize the deal is going to fail.
I mean, you know, this is the most exciting thing in the world,” Fennella said.
Fernandez, who specializes in real estate in Miami-Dade County, said that she sold her home at a price in excess of $3 million.
She says she’s never seen anything like it.
Fornell, the first of five siblings, told TheDCNF that her family is not rich, but she said she doesn’t want to be known as a rich realtor because she has been known for her work with families who have been forced to leave the country due to the government’s crackdown on illegal immigration.
“I don’t want people to think I’m just another millionaire who’s just getting rich.
I don’t think that’s what I’m,” Ferenell said.
“I know a lot of people who have really struggled financially, but I’ve been able to do this.
So it’s not that I’m trying to make a living off of my clients.
I just love the people.”
Fennells family has a very different opinion of the realtors who sell their homes.
She told The DCNF that she would never sell her home to anyone who didn’t deserve it.
“You don’t deserve to be priced out of this house.
It’s like, you don’t understand how hard it is to pay a mortgage,” she said.”
This is the first time I’ve ever had to sell a house that was so expensive, so close to the median,” Fernell added.
Forsenells home is now worth more than $1 million, and she says she doesn ‘t feel like I got ripped off.
She said she was given a very good offer that she couldn’t refuse.
“We never wanted to sell because we didn’t have the means,” Fenechs mother, Michelle Hernandez, said.
Hernandez said that her husband, who works at the local hospital, has never seen her real estate portfolio before and he wasn’t surprised to see the prices increase from $1,900 to $2,000.
“We didn’t want them to be crazy.
We just wanted to live and let live,” Hernandez said.
She said she’s proud to be part of the Trump community, but says she thinks it’s a mistake to take everything away from her family.
“There’s no doubt that Donald Trump is the greatest president ever,” Hernandez added.